Alaskans across the state are already voting for major changes to our election system. Voters use the new ranked-choice method to choose the state’s next governor, US House and a US Senate seat. We’ll break down the questions and candidate answers from our latest series of debates to clarify their positions on the next Talk of Alaska
HOST: Lori Townsend
Liz Ruskin – Washington DC Correspondent, Alaska Public Media
Jeremy Hsieh – Anchorage & Southcentral Reporter, Alaska Public Media
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State Debate: Alaska Governor
Debate for the State: US House
Debate for the State: United States Senate
Live broadcast: Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. on Alaska Public Radio stations statewide.
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